Homily – 18th Sunday, Cycle C

Homily 18th Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2016   A couple stopped for lunch in one of those little towns with an unpronounceable name – which led to an argument as to how the town’s name should be pronounced! When they reached the fast-food window, the wife asked for help: “Young man, before you… Read more »

Homily – 17th Sunday, Ordinary Time C

Homily 17th Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2016     One afternoon in late November, a middle-aged man from Phoenix called his son in New York. “Jack,” he said, “I hate to ruin your day, but I need to tell you that your mother and I are getting a divorce! After 48 years, we’re… Read more »

Homily – 16th Sunday Cycle C

Homily 16th Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2016     Mom had guests for dinner and asked little Annie to say grace.   The child blushed: “But, I don’t know what to say when company is here!”   “Just say what you’ve heard me say,” said mom.   So Annie bowed her head and… Read more »

Homily – 15th Sunday, Cycle C

Homily 15th Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2016     A teenager from Scotland went off to study at Oxford. His whole clan was thrilled, but his mother was worried about how he’d get along with all those snobbish folks at such an exclusive University. “How are those Englishmen?” she asked, when she called… Read more »

Homily – 13th Sunday, Ordinary Time 2016

Homily 13th Sunday, Ordinary Time Cycle “C” – 2016   A teacher was showing her first grade class a picture of her family. The little boy in the picture had bright red hair while everyone else in the picture was a brunette. One of the students suggested that perhaps the little redheaded boy was ADOPTED…. Read more »